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Motorola’s new Android-based smart phone is a viable iPhone alternative.
An analysis suggests that patents it recently bought from IBM won’t help much against competitors such as Apple and Microsoft.
As well as making layoffs and reshuffling executives, Google has focused Motorola on researching risky, breakthrough technology.
The ailing phone maker banks on high-quality cameras, augmented reality, and wireless charging.
What happens when your online pals meet your TV?
Besides an impressive patent portfolio, Motorola will give Google greater control over the future of the mobile Web.
Several new devices will test the appeal of Google’s mobile platform.
Gadgets that operate over television frequencies promise to transform the wireless landscape.
Three new Razr devices boast big screens and long battery life—and hope to steal some of the new iPhone’s thunder.